Arctic Technology

Arctic Technology

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Drones from Norut will during a seven-week period map how long range transport of black carbon influences the melting of snow and ice in the Arctic.

Four research scientists from Norut Narvik are going on an expedition in the Arctic Ocean with the Norwegian Coast Guard.

Use of remote sensing technology to map vegetation and climate change has earned Norut Tromsø a place in a top-level Nordic research programme.

Russia

A new collaboration agreement between the Northern Arctic Federal University (NArFU) and Norut will be signed this week during the Norwegian Days in Arkhangelsk.

Drones fitted with on board air particle sampling instruments can provide precise measurements of volcanic ash particle concentrations.

Arctic Frontiers

More than 700 scientists, business people and politicians are gathering at Arctic Frontiers in Tromsø from January 24-29. Norut is one of the conference organisers.

For the first time satellite technology has been incorporated in monitoring of changes in different permafrost landforms.

Strengthened collaboration can provide a golden triangle in Northern Norway between Andøya, Tromsø and Narvik.

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